- So why bother with Acting for Two? I'd have written Maddie out entirely and had Joey as Liv's foil.
- 1. So they could do the whole Tomboy and Girly Girl thing.
- 2. Some of the plots (such as the first episode) rely on them being identical.
- 3. So they could play with the different personalities of a nerdy teenage boy and an athletic tomboy girl.
- 4. So they don't end up in a Relationship Writing Fumble and have Liv and Joey end up like Justin and Alex.
- Having a boy/girl team is already prominent in Austin & Ally and Dog With A Blog, to an extent.
- Sadly, point 4 is moot thanks to the Halloween Episode. Yeah, ew.
- 5. The show was originally intended to be a rip-off of The Brady Bunch called Bits and Pieces. Disney realized they already did that with Life With Derek and decided to make a rip-off of The Patty Duke Show instead.
- 6. They probably want to make a big twist that they aren't twins and it's just one girl with a Split Personality.
- that's way to cynical for Disney. Plus, that brings up alot of questions about everything that has ever happened on the show.
- In Skate-a-rooney, Liv is a celebrity judge in the skateboarding competition and her boyfriend is competing in it. The people who chose her never thought this might make her biased?
Where are the paparazzi and mobs after the first episode?
This contrasts with Hannah Montana
who gets mobbed as soon as she show up. Given how success Sing it Loud!
is, it should have propelled Liv into Idol Singer
status, and give her a similar following of fans as Hannah or Glee
cast members had.